Marion County Probation Violation Attorneys
If you have violated your probation or believe that it may be reported that you violated probation, you should contact an experienced lawyer immediately. We can assist you with your options, attend your hearings and make sure that the facts are accurate and presented to the court to obtain the best possible outcome.
Our Representation in Probation Violation Cases
Probation is a legal condition by which a person is free from prison, and is supervised by a probation officer to whom he or she must report regarding residence status, payment of fines, progress/completion of community service hours, etc. Violations of Probation have severe consequences, and a judge may sign a warrant for your arrest, and issue a "No Bond" Status against you.
Violations of Probation can occur for any of the following:
- Failure to properly report to your probation officer
- Failure to submit to a drug test
- Failure to pass a drug test
- Failure to Complete Community Service Hours
- Failure to Pay Court Costs, Fines, Restitution or Costs of Supervision
- Failure to Obtain the Probation Officer's Permission Prior to Changing Employment
- Failure to Comply with Curfew Terms
- Failure to Complete a Counseling Program, i.e., Anger Management or Batterer's Intervention Program
- A New Misdemeanor or Felony Arrest
We are experienced in protecting your rights and realize the importance of quickly responding on behalf of our clients in these situations.
To schedule your consultation with an experienced Ocala Violation of Probation Attorney, contact our office via email or call us at 352-629-6203.